Liszt to Milhaud / Various: Liszt to Milhaud

Liszt to Milhaud / Various: Liszt to Milhaud

Liszt to Milhaud / Various: Liszt to Milhaud

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Title: Liszt to Milhaud
Artist: Liszt to Milhaud / Various
Label: Divine Art
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 809730520822
Genre: Pop

The Divine Art label has long been associated with music for piano duo - whether at two pianos or one - through the sterling and brilliant work of Goldstone and Clemmow and more recently Piano-à-Deux. The label is delighted to welcome a new duo with this program which contains several very popular and well-loved miniatures and transcriptions, bookended by major works from Liszt and Milhaud. They need no introduction save to say that from the dances, to the jazz-inflected pieces, each work is a joy to hear. These are sparkling performances of well-known pieces and form a light counterpoint to the artists' new 3-piano album of contemporary works. The pianists met when both students at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest. Zeynep Ucbarasan is from Turkey but moved to the USA for her postgraduate studies and now lives in California. Her previous recordings and concert appearances have drawn unalloyed praise. Sergio Gallo is a Steinway artist who specializes in music of the Romantic period. He has made several acclaimed recordings for Eroica and is currently recording for Naxos and Quartz. He has won many awards and currently is professor of Piano Performance at the Georgia State University in Atlanta.

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